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Over 8 million copies of Detroit: Become Human have been sold worldwide


Once again, Quantic Dream studio has unveiled the official sales of its latest project, Detroit: Become Human, after the game has reached more than 8 million copies sold worldwide.

The French development studio announced that the game has surpassed 8 million copies since its launch on the market on May 25, 2018 on PS4, and a year later on PC, according to the latest tweet from the Quantic Dream account on Twitter.

The studio is currently working on a Star Wars Eclipse game that will star a character named Sarah, described as a 30-year-old athlete and a member of a humanoid race. This saga is at the head of an empire known as The Zaraan, a race that has not previously appeared in any of Star’s works. Previous Wars.

Here is part of the information included in the report:

There is little distinction between males and females when it comes to roles and responsibilities, but when people of the Zaraan race marry, their marriage carries interesting military implications as they become one ruling unit working together.

Sarah is a believer in the empire’s violence and criminality, married to a character named Xendo, and it seems that part of the game revolves around these two characters and their relationship.

It’s not clear if these events will make their way into the final game, and as the report points out, the title is still in pre-production, and it’s likely that everything will change.

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